Minimally invasive genetic screen for GJB2 related deafness using dried blood spots.

@article{Nagy2010MinimallyIG,
  title={Minimally invasive genetic screen for GJB2 related deafness using dried blood spots.},
  author={Attila L'aszl'o Nagy and R{\'o}bert Cs{\'a}ki and J{\'o}zsef Klem and L{\'a}szl{\'o} R{\'o}v{\'o} and Ferenc T{\'o}th and Gyula T{\'a}losi and J{\'o}zsef J{\'o}ri and Korn{\'e}l Kov{\'a}cs and J{\'o}zsef G{\'e}za Kiss},
  journal={International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology},
  year={2010},
  volume={74 1},
  pages={
          75-81
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Nonsyndromic hearing loss is one of the most abundant human sensory disorders, and can be found in 1 out of 1000 newborns. In 60-70% of the cases this disorder is hereditary. The phenotype varies from moderate hearing loss to almost complete deafness, often only revealed in late childhood. Early detection of hearing related genetic variations in the first few weeks of life would allow planning of the audiological and logopedical procedures to maintain the children's normal… CONTINUE READING